Koriass

Koriass is the stage name of Emmanuel Dubois (born March 12, 1984), a Canadian rapper from Quebec.[1] He is a two-time winner of the Prix Félix for Best Hip Hop Album, in 2014 for Rue des Saules[2] and in 2016 for Love Suprême,[3] was a shortlisted finalist for the Juno Award for Francophone Album of the Year at the Juno Awards of 2017 for Love Suprême,[4] and won the Echo Songwriting Prize in the French division in 2012 for his song "St-Eustache".[1]

Koriass
Background information
Birth nameEmmanuel Dubois
BornMarch 12, 1984
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
OriginCanada
Genreship hop
Occupation(s)rapper
InstrumentsVocals
Years active2000s-present

Discography

Albums

  • Les racines dans le béton (2008)
  • Petites victoires (2011)
  • Rue des Saules (2013)
  • Love Suprême (2016)
  • La Nuit Des Longs Couteaux (2018)

EPs

  • Mort de rire (2006, EP)
  • Petit love (2015, EP)

References


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